Posts tagged with ‘sleeping’
February 16, 2017
Psychologists established a strong link between one’s sleeping position and the way they view the world. In fact, scientists believe that a sleeping person’s body language never lies.
What does your sleeping position mean?
Determine your favorite sleeping position and check out the interpretation;
1. Sleeping on your back
As a rule, sleeping in this position means you’re feeling quite relaxed. It’s a sign of confidence and psychological power. Confident people are always ready to take in new information and make new acquaintances. However, confidence can often turn into arrogance. Spreading your arms and legs wide and taking up a lot of space on the bed would be a definite sign.
2. Fetal position
This position characterized by sleeping on your side with your legs often pressed up against your belly, and your arms wrapped around your body or the blanket. People who sleep in this position usually stay in one corner of the bed and like to sleep next to a wall. This position indicates that a person feels insecure or uncertain, and doesn’t feel like engaging in situations and events happening around them. They need a ‘guardian’, someone who can take care of them and protect them from life’s challenges.
3. Sleeping on your belly
This position is characterized by sleeping on your belly hugging the bed with your arms. A person will normally rest their arms on the pillow or alongside their body, with their legs straightened. A person who sleeps predominantly in this position likes to take charge and make his own decisions in life. They often don’t take criticism very well, as they believe their own actions and decisions are usually the ‘correct’ ones. This sleeping position indicates the person is stubborn and extremely driven to achieve their goal, as well as attentive to detail.
4. Sleeping on the side
The last sleeping position is characterized by sleeping on your side, but not curled up in a ball like the first one. Your arms and legs are stretched out, or slightly bent. As a rule, this position can be distinguished from the fetal position as the body tends to look more relaxed. People who prefer this sleeping position have an analytical mindset, are stable and reliable. They find it quite easy to adapt to any situation in life, and can overcome hardships without possessing the extraordinary mental strength or any kind of special qualities.
5. The snorer – The snorer is often easily irritated, usually within seconds they can become aggressive. Probably because they don’t get enough slee
February 13, 2016
If you need me, call me. I don’t care if I’m: – sleeping – having my own problems – angry with you. I’ll be there for you.
October 2, 2014
“If you’re ever going to love me, love me now while I can know. All the sweet and tender feelings which from real affection flow. Love me now, while I’m living; do not wait ’til I am gone. And then chisel it on marble – words on ice, cold stone.
If you have dear sweet thoughts about me. Why not whisper them to me? Don’t you know it would make me happy and as glad as glad could be? If you wait until I’m sleeping, never to awaken here again, there will be walls of earth between us and couldn’t hear you then. I won’t need your kind caresses when the grass grows over my face. I won’t crave your love or kisses in my last low resting place. So then, if you love me any, if it’s but a little bit.
Let me know while I am living, so I can own it treasure it.
~Robert Paul Moreno 16/1/70 – 27/2/87
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